President Trump called the name of George Floyd, who celebrated his new job numbers on Friday during the press appearance at the White House.
In one of the few chapters that his speech appeared to stem from the explanations prepared, Trump said, “Equal justice by law should mean that every American is treated equally in every encounter with law enforcement, regardless of race, color, gender or belief. They need fair treatment from law enforcement. They have to take it. “
“We all saw what happened last week. We can’t let this happen. I hope George looks down and says this is a great thing for our country. It’s a great day for him. A great day for everyone. This is a great, great day in terms of equality. ”
“This is what our constitution requires and the subject of our country,” he said.
Before his views on Floyd and the equitable justice under the law, Trump’s words about the ongoing demonstrations after Floyd’s death were mostly to praise the law enforcement work to suppress demonstrators and to call on some states to allow the National Guard.
Stating that he was successful in Minneapolis, he criticized the city’s mayor and said, “Call me, we will be ready for them so quickly.”
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